Many areas of Manchester have undergone regeneration or there are proposals to begin such schemes in the near future. One such place is Gorton. This suburb of Manchester has grown in popularity in recent years. If you are considering a property purchase, or perhaps are considering selling your home, our Conveyancing Solicitors in Gorton have the time, expertise and knowledge to assist you.
Gorton is situated to the south east of Manchester city centre and is bordered by Levenshulme. Reddish and Denton to the South and Ardwick and Openshaw to the North. Gorton is perhaps most famous in the sporting world as the original official birthplace of Manchester City Football Club. When it comes to housing and a residential area, Gorton once had a poor reputation, thanks in part of being the filming location for the television series Shameless. Now this image has been shaken off due to a huge regeneration project by Manchester City Council.
Gorton has a huge appeal due to its close proximity to Manchester City Centre. Property prices are low and the rental demand in the area is high meaning it is a great place to invest in property. Regeneration schemes in the area have meant that the reputation of Gorton has changed for the better and it is now a popular place to purchase especially those looking to take their first step onto the property ladder. Young professionals find much better value for money than in the city centre itself and the great transport links mean that commuting to work or university is easy to achieve.
Whilst being popular amongst sporting and television enthusiasts, Gorton is also well known for railway enthusiasts as it played a central role in the locomotive industry in both the 19 th and 20 th centuries. Gorton is also home to the Belle Vue Speedway Stadium. Another famous landmark in the area is Gorton Monastery, which dates back to the 19 th century, was home to many Franciscan Monks and is constructed in the infamous High Victorian Gothic style.
It is common knowledge that buying and selling houses is considered one of the most stressful things anyone can experience. This is especially so if moving over a distance, with small children and pets or where it involves a change in occupation or schooling. It is widely accepted when moving house there is disruption and needs to be well organised. You will need to communicate with a number of different people working together to coordinate the process. Depending on any chain involved and how long that chain is, you will need to communicate with the buyers, sellers, estate agents, mortgage and financial advisors and brokers, mortgage lenders, solicitors, conveyancers and their assistance all when dealing with the practical, legal and financial aspects of buying a house. As you get closer to a move date, you will need to consider practical aspects of living in the property such as utility provision, surveying, removal firms, local councils and schools. A good conveyancing solicitor with sound knowledge and experience can help make this process a lot smoother. It is therefore important to take the time to find the right conveyancer for you. We at Express Conveyancing, have a specialist team of carefully selected conveyancers all on hand to provide a service you can trust.
We operate a nationwide panel of conveyancing firms and solicitors. We have built strong working relationship with all of our conveyancers and over the years have built a service you can put your faith in. We understand how important moving house and your home is to you.
Whether buying, selling or remortgaging a home in Moston, every client who instructs through Express Conveyancing has the following advantages:
When you instruct Express Conveyancing, our dedicated team gather the details we need from you to set up your file with us and appoint an expert conveyancing solicitor to you. Once appointed, we provide you with the full name and direct contact details of your conveyancer and they will also make contact with you, meaning you will be in direct communication with the conveyancer at all points in the transaction.
Each of our conveyancers and panel firms are accredited by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) or the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). This gives you the peace of mind you’re your conveyancer is qualified and regulated to handle your transaction well. Across our panel of conveyancers, we have a wealth of knowledge and experience of the industry meaning we are best placed to act for you regardless of what may happen as part of your transaction.
As well as being assigned a conveyancer, each client instructing through Express Conveyancing is given an Express Case Manager. On insutrction, you will be given full contact details so you can get in touch whenever you require. The case manager’s role is to provide support to you as the client and your conveyancer and to monitor the progress of transactions. We are also here as escalation point if required.
We work with a clear and transparent fee scale here at Express Conveyancing. All clients are given a full itemised quotation showing the fees you will be charged for their transaction. The quotes list professional fees, supplements and disbursements along with VAT where relevant. We invite all clients to discuss the fees with one of our team to ensure all aspects are covered. The fees quoted remain unchanged as long as the transaction does. If any changes were to happen, it would always be discussed first before any additional fees are applied to confirm you are happy to proceed.
We offer a no completion, no fee policy with respect to the legal fees. For completeness, the policy is minus some of the initial disbursements which are incurred at the start of a transaction such as searches and ID/AML checks.
Please note, to maintain fairness to our conveyancers, this offer is limited to your first transaction with us, if you re-instruct and this transaction also falls through then you may be charged legal fees proportionate to the fees quoted.
Because we work with a panel of conveyancing firms, we are able to act on transactions for all the major mortgage lenders including banks, building societies and also bridging finance lenders. We are dynamic and can apply to join more obscure or new lender panels quickly and so we are able to proceed with your transaction irrespective of you chosen lender, or if it changes as the transaction evolves.
At Express Conveyancing we work on the basis of carrying out as many steps electronically, online and remotely as we possibly can. On instruction, you will be given access to our online case tracker and portal. We work nationwide and our methods mean you do not need to visit the office of your conveyancer at any point during the course of the transaction, unless you wish to.